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Summer pet safety

by The 100 Companies

Savvy pet owners know summer’s heat is no joke and can do a number on their four-legged friends. Despite these tips being second nature to many, remember to:

Provide ample fresh, cool water to keep dehydration at bay.

Limit outdoor exposure to shady areas that are well-ventilated.

Avoid cars at all costs, unless absolutely necessary, and never leave pets unattended.

Keep exotic pet cages out of direct sunlight.

Stay indoors when temps rise above 85℉.

While heat stroke presents differently among species, listlessness, excessive panting and rapid breathing are always signs that something is amiss and should be addressed immediately.

– Hannah Van Sickle, The Arizona 100

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